The AMPERE Project is a three-year initiative run out of the Barcelona Supercomputing Center. It’s being done by a combination of universities and industry. The goal is to ensure that embedded systems are being maximized, using the technology that’s typically employed by today’s supercomputers. To help our audience understand exactly what this is all about, and what they should know about it, I spoke to Eduardo Quinones, a senior researcher at the Barcelona Supercomputing Center, on this week’s Embedded Executives podcast. Eduardo is a key participant in the AMPERE Project.
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